Daily Migrations: UK curation

For their presentation of the Arts Territory Exchange archive, the without appeal collective installed and photographed work throughout an industrial space underneath one of the iconic train arches in Hackney, East London. Without appeal writes: Images from the ATE Views project and documentation from participant exchanges are juxtaposed with materials and machinery sourced from throughout the world and used in the production of coffee. As a site of transition, stock is constantly flowing in and out of the factory,  present only briefly before being sent out again. At this transitional moment for many, a reflection on how fleeting these interactions can be feels fitting.

Featured Artists

Alana Hunt, Joas Sebastian Nebe, Lizzie Sampson, Abigail Doan, Jacqueline Byrne, Arminee Chahbazian, Didi Hock, Andrew Howe, Caroline Kelley, Ana Seixas, Danila Rumold, Katie Ione Craney, Joanna M Wright, Kim V. Goldsmith, Carly Butler, Antony Lyons, Zoe Galinsoga, Robert Nicol, Gudrun Filipska, Beatrice Lopez, Kelly Leonard

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